August 3, 2017
Back in the late 1960s, seems like every manufacturer (well, almost every one) had a muscle car — even Buick, which was known more for luxury cars which people bought who couldn’t afford a Cadillac yet. But this 1969 Buick GS 400 fit right in with the GTOs, GTXes, and 4-4-2s. It’s 400-cu. in. V-8 produced 340 hp, and came with a floor shifter. The interior was upholstered in something called expanded vinyl; other “special” GS 400 equipment included: full-flow oil filter, front air-cooled finned aluminum brake drums, and a 6,000-mile lubed front suspension. Found this one at the Polish Falcons Super Cruise a few weekends ago in Depew.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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